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Why might the liberalisation of border controls for people be more controversial than the liberalisation for goods, services and capital?

Abstract This paper tackles the common misunderstanding of liberalised borders of people identified under the current neo-liberal paradigm. Controversies assigned to liberalised borders of people have ignored processes of globalisation and elimination of capital controls as the culprits of controversies... Continue Reading →


The EU is (still) an economic success story and should not abandon its growth model

By Katja Mann. Originally published on Apr 7th, 2012 The World Bank recently pub­lished a report which served as a reminder of a fact that is eas­ily for­got­ten these days: The European Union is a suc­cess story when it comes... Continue Reading →

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